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Published on Oct 25, 2019
Despite its name, bunny chow doesn't contain rabbit, nor is it food for rabbits. It's South African street food - curry served in a hollowed-out loaf of bread. It originated in Durban as a way for workers to transport a meal to work, and, during Apartheid, as a way for non-white people to get food from restaurants that they weren't allowed to enter. The curry is fairly generic, but it uses a special spice mix known as Durban Masala. The bunny is eaten by tearing off chunks of bread and dipping them in the gravy. A bit messy, but very tasty and great fun.